May the 4th Be With Grogu: 15 Baby Yoda Gifts
May the 4th be with Grogu, and with you too. Score one of these 15 Baby Yoda gifts on Stars Wars Day, and I guarantee the 4th will be with you. The Force too, at least by proxy, since you'll have a brand new Grogu spouting it in spades by your side.
Note: All 15 Baby Yoda gifts are priced as they were at printing on May 4, 2023. Pricing, and availability, are subject to change.
Galactic Snackin' Grogu Animatronic Toy
I hope Galactic Snackin' Grogu is as fun to play with as it is fun to say. The 9" tall Mandalorian darling comes with 4 interactive accessories - a bowl with tentacles, a cookie, a shifter knob, and a spoon - that help him make over 40 sound and motion combinations, all of which will probably make your kids giggle, and your own heart melt.
Galactic Snackin' Grogu needs four AA batteries to motorize his head, ears, arms, and eyes. He'll make munching sounds, along with yum! or yuck! effects, when you feed him, and when he's got a full belly and needs some sleepytime cuddling, Baby Yo will reach out to his playmates with both arms.
Baby Yoda Baby on Board Windshield Decal
On board, Baby Yoda is. And while the Baby Yoda drawn in this clever take on the Baby on Board windshield decals is nowhere near as adorable as The Mandalorian's actual Baby Yoda, I still appreciate the reference, and the application of this tiny beast to a product I otherwise have no interest in.
Baby Yoda Infant Costume
A baby doesn't typically melt my heart. Baby Yoda does it every single damn time I see him. And a baby dressed in a Baby Yoda infant costume? Well...I don't know that it makes me want to get a baby of my own, but if someone - say, one of my wife's perpetually baby-making cousins - were to shove a baby in a crocheted Baby Yoda ears and gloves and feet set into my arms, I might not immediately say I have mouth herpes to get her to take it back.
Star Wars Potato Head: The Yamdalorian & The Tot
The Tot! Yet another precious name for The Mandalorian's Baby Yoda / The Child / Grogu. And joining The Tot in this latest piece of Star Wars Potato Head merch: Mando himself as The Yamdalorian.
The Yamdalorian & the Tot bring the galaxy of the bounty hunter to the world of Mr. Potato Head, and both to the chaos of your kid's playroom. Or, if we're being honest, the Star Wars shrine that is your own living room bookshelf.
Grogu Desktop Light
His name might be Grogu, but this little glowworm (or whatever alien species he ends up being) will always be Baby Yoda in our hearts.
His desktop light is powered by your choice of USB - cable included - or 2 x AAA batteries - not included.
Star Wars: The Mandalorian Crochet Kit
CIY Mando and Baby Yoda! That's crochet-it-yourself with the Star Wars: The Mandalorian Crochet Kit. It includes step-by-step instructions for 12 characters, plus the 10 colors of yarn, eyes, needles, and stuffing you need to bring 2 of them, Din Djarin and Grogu with his floating pram, to life.
The Mandalorian The Child Mini Tiki Muglets
Check out the Baby Yoda mugs on these Baby Yoda Muglets. The 3-piece set of The Mandalorian The Child Mini Tiki Muglets comes from parody tropical glassware brand Geeki Tikis. Ceramic Grogu muglets are Grogu-shaped and styled, with big eyes, pointy ears, and a glossy green finish, as well as Grogu-sized, at 2.5-ounce capacities each.
Puking Grogu Baby Yoda Toothpaste Topper
Reminding people of vomit has always been a good way to get them to brush their teeth, but it goes a little differently when the Puking Grogu, a 3D-printed Baby Yoda toothpaste topper comes into play. Whereas normally you'd tell someone, "Dude, your breath smells like barf," and they would immediately go brush their teeth in humiliation, here we have the item serving to eliminate the vomit scent - the toothpaste - simulating vomit itself. Vomit spewing from the mouth of the most adorable creature in the galaxy.
The Puking Grogu toothpaste topper will make adults, children, and pets alike dash to the bathroom for a good tooth brushing just to see their neon blue Colgate or Crest oozing out of Baby Yoda like his Nevarro cookies did on The Mandalorian.
Pinhead Baby Yoda
Pinhead Baby Yoda, now that's a mashup both strange and disconcerting, yet also entirely representative of 2020. It's not really fair to Grogu, though. Sure, he has a voracious appetite, and occasionally eats others' babies, but he's mostly just good-natured, well-behaved, and adorable. Compared to most kids his age (er, apparent age) he's far from a hellraiser.
Handmade Baby Jabba Dolls
Baby Yo-...no. The Chi-...no. Grogu! Nope, not even Grogu. It's Baby Jabba! Wait, what? Baby Jabba? Baby Jabba the Hutt? What evil cuteness, what abominable adorability is this?!
LoreCraft's Baby Jabbas are perhaps inspired by Star Wars The Mandalorian's breakout star, and they're definitely hand-sculpted, and then cast in the same special FX grade platinum silicone as The Child. But the dolls / puppets / display pieces are neither made in Baby Yoda's likeness, nor are they fan-produced replicas of any existing characters from the Star Wars franchise.
In other words, Baby Jabba is a brand new baby breakout, the conceptual brainchild of Leonardo Viti, and the realized wee little statue of Etsy shop LoreCraft's Nicholas Brown.
In other words, no copyright or intellectual property infringements here. Suck it, Disney!
Baby Yoda Marshmallow-Stuffed Chocolate Ball
Know what a Star Wars The Mandalorian Holiday Milk Chocolate Ball filled with surprise The Child marshmallow treat means? It's time for Baby Yoda to learn what it feels like to be the frog. I can already hear a holiday chorus of Get! In! Mah! Belly! coming from Santa, Jabba, Homer Simpson, and yours truly.
The 2.12-ounce chocolate orb is about the size of your standard Christmas tree ball ornament. Taking a bite out of the shell will, of course, reveal a hollow center and a little green treasure of mysterious origins and an unidentified species.
Star Wars The Mandalorian Monopoly
Let the battle begin...over who gets to be Baby Yoda in the Star Wars The Mandalorian edition of Monopoly.
Actually, if Hasbro's description of this Monopoly of hideouts, Imperial credits, and traveling through a dangerous galaxy of Death Troopers and Moff Gideon is to be believed, Baby Yoda isn't a single player's game piece, but a central figure for all Mandalorian Monopoly players. The Child token moves between players who pass or land on The Child's space, awarding them the character's unique ability.
The Child Chia Pet
Pinnacles of cuteness unite! The cutest being ever, The Mandalorian's The Child, has been incorporated into the cutest houseplant ever, the Chia Pet. But rather than Chi-Chi-chi-chia-fying The Child himself, Chia Pet opted to nestle Baby Yoda in a soft basket of chia flora to comfort him as he awaits his next feeding. Here's hoping chia sprouts make good frog bait.
Life-Size Baby Yoda Replica
The bounty that is the 1:1 scale Baby Yoda stands a precious 16.5" tall, including his black podium base. Sideshow worked with Legacy effects to create the superb replication you see of his tan cloak and the silver shift knob he swiped from the Razor Crest, before moving on the stunning detail of his wittle Baby Yoda ears, Baby Yoda skin, Baby Yoda peach-fuzz head, and Baby Yoda knowing...or maybe not knowing...but definitely heart-melting big brown eyes.
The Child Echo Dot Stand
Please tell me The Mandalorian: The Child Echo Dot Stand also comes with a feature that allows you to change Alexa's wake word to "Baby Yoda."
Baby Yoda, what's the temperature? ... Baby Yoda, play Japanese jazz on Spotify in the living room. ... Baby Yoda, how old is [insert celebrity name, such as Idris Elba, George Clooney, Paul Rudd, Dr. Dre, or adult Yoda?] ... Baby Yoda, let's play Jeopardy.
Being able to talk to Baby Yoda would add a whole new dimension to my day, the highlights of which are pretty much summed up in the 4 Alexa commands above.